I’ve worked as a server in restaurants to earn my living for the past twenty years. In the industry, I’ve been taught if a mistake has been made it’s a faux pas to explain to a guest that it was busy, or that the restaurant was understaffed. It shouldn’t be the guest’s concern that the restaurant … Continue reading It’s about Their Experience
I’ve been living by the seat my pants in terms of how I do The Work the last few weeks. At first when I returned to my job, it felt like I could handle everything, (my job and all the whims I have regarding The Work), and indefinitely. But no one can really function that … Continue reading No Really, How much Time Does it Take?
Today, I started the process learning a new app to which I recently I subscribed. Finding out how it works; what are its bells and whistles? As I attempted to connect the app to a different program I use, I was prompted to upgrade (and pay more). The bells and whistles are doled out at … Continue reading Bells and Whistles
One of the lessons of Tiny Habits is to simply watch what I’m already doing, (without judgment) and build on that. This is a way of looking at where my motivations lie. (It’s also a lesson of from animal trainers—try as I might, climbing a tree is a behavior I’m not likely to elicit from … Continue reading Reading the News
I’m a big advocate of “enough.” What is enough? How do I define enough for myself? How do I guard myself for when the world, (and the voices in my own head), tells me what I've done isn't enough? Enough is a work in progress. An experiment even. Most of what I do, I'd … Continue reading What is Enough?